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Auction Description for Swann: ART, PRESS & ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
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Exhibition & Sale Schedule: Sale 2289 - Art, Press & Illustrated Books - begins at 1:30pm in New York on Thurs, October 11. All material in Sale 2289 on display at our premises in New York City, 104 East 25th Street, as follows - Sat, Oct 6: 10am to 4pm - Mon, Oct 8: 10am to 6pm - Tues, Oct 9: 10am to 6pm - Wed, Oct 10: 10am to 6pm - Thurs, Oct 11: 10am to Noon.

ART, PRESS & ILLUSTRATED BOOKS

(367 Lots)

by Swann Auction Galleries

Platinum House

367 lots | 208 with images

October 11, 2012

Live Auction

104 East 25th Street

New York, NY, 10010 USA

Phone: 212.254.4710

Fax: 212 979 1017

Email: swann@swanngalleries.com

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Lot 151: (GRABHORN PRESS.) Whitman, Walt. Leaves of Grass.

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Description: (GRABHORN PRESS.) Whitman, Walt. Leaves of Grass. Printed in red and black. Illustrated with 37 woodcuts by Valenti Angelo. Folio, 1/4 dark red niger morocco over dark brown beveled Philippine mahogany boards, raised bands, lettered in blind, Random House printer's device carved into lower front corner; front hinge starting, joints rubbed, a few stains and abrasions to spine; Norman J. Sondheim bookplate.number 49 of 400 copies./span Grabhorn Bibliography 138. New York: Grabhorn Press for Random House, 1930

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Lot 152: (GRAMATTE, WALTER.) Gogol, Nikolai. Der Mantel.

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Description: (GRAMATTE, WALTER.) Gogol, Nikolai. Der Mantel. With 12 original lithographs by Gramatte. 8vo, oatmeal cloth backed boards, dampstain to one corner; top edges stained yellow. limited edition, one of 1,100 unnumbered copies./span Berlin-Potsdam, [1919]

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Lot 153: (GRASSET, EUGÈNE.) France, Anatole. Le Procurateur de Judée. 1902

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Description: (GRASSET, EUGÈNE.) France, Anatole. Le Procurateur de Judée. 14 color-printed wood-engraved illustrations by Ernest Florian after Grasset. 4-leaf prospectus on wove paper bound at end. Small 4to, original wrappers, light even browning on rear cover and small portion of front, lacks glassine dust jacket; contents immaculate; publisher's board folder, lightly soiled, lacking ties. Paris: Édouard Pelletan, 1902

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(GREGYNOG PRESS.) The Life of Saint David.

Lot 154: (GREGYNOG PRESS.) The Life of Saint David.

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Description: (GREGYNOG PRESS.) The Life of Saint David. Text printed in blue and black in Poliphilus type on Batchelor hand-made paper, red initials and paragraph marks, 25 hand-colored wood-engraved illustrations by Horace Walter Bray. Thin 8vo, gilt-lettered vellum, light, natural spotting, top edges trimmed and gilt; endpapers with visible impression from edging material and some glue residue in center of front pastedown (possibly re-laid?). Norman J. Sondheim bookplate. number 111 of 175 copies./span Harrop 7. Newtown, 1927

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Lot 155: (GROSSMANN, RUDOLPH.) Sternheim, Carl. Posinsky. Eine Erzahlung.

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Description: (GROSSMANN, RUDOLPH.) Sternheim, Carl. Posinsky. Eine Erzahlung. 9 lithographs (7 full page), each signed in pencil by Grossmann. 4to, full vellum, some discoloration and staining to covers; morocco lettering piece on spine, light foxing to preliminaries and endleaves, else clean internally. Berlin, (1917)

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Lot 156: (HAASS, TERRY.) Ferrand, Michel. Germinal.

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Description: (HAASS, TERRY.) Ferrand, Michel. Germinal. 3 color etched plates by Haass. 8vo, original brown boards; glue bleed-through to hinges, front hinge cracked. number 36 of only 75 copies signed by haass. an exquisite little work/span with detailed and refined etchings reflecting the poetry. The Artist and the Book 130. New York: Wittenborn, (1958)

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(HAIRDRESSING.) Villaret, P. Art de se coiffer soi-même, enseigné aux Dames; suivi du Manuel du Coiffeur.

Lot 157: (HAIRDRESSING.) Villaret, P. Art de se coiffer soi-même, enseigné aux Dames; suivi du Manuel du Coiffeur.

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Description: (HAIRDRESSING.) Villaret, P. Art de se coiffer soi-même, enseigné aux Dames; suivi du Manuel du Coiffeur. Lithographed portrait frontispiece of the author; one folding plate depicting 15 different techniques for women's hair. 12mo, contemporary calf-backed painted boards, spine and labels rubbed with loss, joints cracked; scattered minor foxing, early owner's stamp on title, bookplate. first edition./span Paris, 1828

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HARING, KEITH; and CAMERON, DAN. Keith Haring 1988.

Lot 158: HARING, KEITH; and CAMERON, DAN. Keith Haring 1988.

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Description: HARING, KEITH; and CAMERON, DAN. Keith Haring 1988. Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, June - July, 1988. Introduction by Martin S. Blinder. Essay by Cameron. Numerous color plates and photographic reproductions; also includes a biography of the artist and a bibliography. Edition of 5000. This copy signed by haring with a sketch of the crawling baby, dated `88./span Van Nuys: Michael Kohn Gallery; Martin Lawrence Limited Editions, 1988

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(HEPWORTH, BARBARA.) Bowness, Alan. The Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth 1960-69.

Lot 159: (HEPWORTH, BARBARA.) Bowness, Alan. The Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth 1960-69.

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Description: (HEPWORTH, BARBARA.) Bowness, Alan. The Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth 1960-69. Signed color screenprint titled "Winter Solstice," Signed by Hepworth and numbered 108/150; profusion of photographic illustrations. 4to, pictorial cloth; dust jacket; slipcase. number 108 of 150 copies with the signed screenprint./span New York and Washington, (1971)

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(HERCULANEUM.) [KILIAN, GEORG CHRISTOPH.] Le Pitture Antiche D'Ercolano E Contorni.

Lot 160: (HERCULANEUM.) [KILIAN, GEORG CHRISTOPH.] Le Pitture Antiche D'Ercolano E Contorni.

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Description: (HERCULANEUM.) [KILIAN, GEORG CHRISTOPH.] Le Pitture Antiche D'Ercolano E Contorni. Together 8 volumes in 3. Extensively illustrated. Folio, later 1/2 calf-backed boards, covers scuffed and worn with some exposure to corners and edges, soiling and worming, morocco lettering pieces, spines dried and chipped at extremities with slight loss, edges dyed red; plates with occasional water staining and folds, though mostly marginal and generally clean. [Augsburg, c. 1787]

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(HERTENBERGER, FERNAND.) Estaunié, Édouard. Les Choses Voient.

Lot 161: (HERTENBERGER, FERNAND.) Estaunié, Édouard. Les Choses Voient.

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Description: VOLUME 2 EMERGES AFTER 14 YEARS (HERTENBERGER, FERNAND.) Estaunié, Édouard. Les Choses Voient. Volume 2 only (of 2), 4o, etched illustrations by Hertenberger and an original charcoal drawing by hertenberger, signed/span, of the cul-de-lampe on page 33 of the lead female, Noémi, and the ghost of Clérabault, inserted at the front (some spotting), later morocco gilt by H. Blanchetiere with central brass plaque inset on upper cover of the same etching / charcoal drawing, some separation beginning at lower joint; gilt and leather borders and watered silk on endleaves; scattered moderate foxing; morocco-edged slipcase, scuffed. Paris: Cercle Parisien du Livre, 1930

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Lot 162: HINDS, ALICE. Group of 3 sketchbooks containing numerous pen and watercolor drawings made during travels in Europe. 1886; 1901

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Description: HINDS, ALICE. Group of 3 sketchbooks containing numerous pen and watercolor drawings made during travels in Europe, depicting landscapes, city views, buildings, architectural details, and figure subjects. Various oblong sizes, cloth, heavily worn, contents of first 2 volumes loose in bindings; cloth folding case. Vp, 1886; 1901

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HOCKNEY, DAVID. Alphabets.

Lot 163: HOCKNEY, DAVID. Alphabets.

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Description: HOCKNEY, DAVID. Alphabets. Color plates by Hockney. 4to, original vellum-backed boards; slipcase. number 133 of 300 copies signed by hockney and all 26 contributors/span including Seamus Heaney, Stephen Spender, Douglas Adams, Julian Barnes, William Golding, Arthur Miller, John Updike, and many others. London: Faber & Faber, 1991

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Lot 164: HOLBEIN, HANS. Icones Veteris Testamenti: Illustrations of the Old Testament.

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Description: HOLBEIN, HANS. Icones Veteris Testamenti: Illustrations of the Old Testament. Wood engraved illustrations by John and Mary Byfield after Holbein, printed on China paper. 8vo, 3/4 brown morocco, spine with gilt lettering, with raised bands and compartments stamped in blind; original drab wrappers bound in, uncut and partially unopened. London: William Pickering, 1830

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Lot 165: HONEGGER-LAVATER, WARJA. Group of 3 volumes.

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Description: HONEGGER-LAVATER, WARJA. Group of 3 volumes. Illustrated with Honegger-Lavater's modernist designs. 8vo, accordion-folded in original bindings and slipcases, moderate wear and a little fading to spines and paper slipcases. Paris, 1960s

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(ICART, LOUIS.) Louÿs, Pierre. Chrysis.

Lot 166: (ICART, LOUIS.) Louÿs, Pierre. Chrysis.

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Description: (ICART, LOUIS.) Louÿs, Pierre. Chrysis. 15 color engravings by Icart including 5 full-page plates. 4to, contents loose as issued in paper wrappers with gilt-lettered glassine cover; gold marbled chemise and slipcase, separating along top edges. number 59 of 125 copies on crème velin/span from a total edition of 147. Paris: Charles Meunier, 1940

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(ICART, LOUIS.) Willy, Colette. L'Ingénue Libertine.

Lot 167: (ICART, LOUIS.) Willy, Colette. L'Ingénue Libertine.

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Description: ICART'S FIRST ILLUSTRATED BOOK (ICART, LOUIS.) Willy, Colette. L'Ingénue Libertine. French text. 20 color etched plates by Icart; facsimile letter by Willy tipped in as issued. Folio, original printed wrappers, toned, some creasing; contents a bit loose from spine, some glue remnants on endpapers and verso of wrappers; slipcase, moderate wear. number 420 of 425 copies on rives bfk/span from a total edition of 500, and Icart's first illustrated book. Paris: Éditions Excelsior, 1926

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Lot 168: (ILLUSTRATORS.) Dutch Treat Club. Group of 18 Dutch Treat Club annual volumes.

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Description: (ILLUSTRATORS.) Dutch Treat Club. Group of 18 Dutch Treat Club annual volumes. Profusely illustrated and with literary contributions by members of the famous arts club. 8vo, original pictorial covers, variously worn, but most with at least rubbing along edges; scattered internal dampstaining. Ex-collection member James Stanley, with his signature in most volumes. New York, 1930s-60s

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INDIANA, ROBERT. Trilove: 3 Poems by Robert Indiana.

Lot 169: INDIANA, ROBERT. Trilove: 3 Poems by Robert Indiana.

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Description: INDIANA, ROBERT. Trilove: 3 Poems by Robert Indiana. Silkscreen of his famous LOVE image in green, blue, and white; sheet size: 205 x 205mm; 8x8 inches; image 125x125mm; 5x5 inches. Thin 8vo, blindstamped white wrappers. Prined by Bouwerie Editions. number 50 of 210 copies signed by indiana./span Stuttgart: Edition Domberger, 1969

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INDIANA, ROBERT; and CREELEY, ROBERT. Numbers.

Lot 170: INDIANA, ROBERT; and CREELEY, ROBERT. Numbers.

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Description: INDIANA, ROBERT; and CREELEY, ROBERT. Numbers. 10 silkscreen prints by Indiana with poetry by Creeley. 4to, original printed wrappers; publisher's board slipcase, black tape reinforcements around all edges. Stuttgart and Düsseldorf, 1968

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Lot 171: (IRIBE, PAUL.) Montorgueil, Georges. Blanc et Rouge.

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Description: (IRIBE, PAUL.) Montorgueil, Georges. Blanc et Rouge. Black-and-white illustrations by Iribe. Thin small folio, red and white wrappers, edgeworn; contains an order form and the collectible wine list insert with the the lithographed cover by Charles Martin entitled "Le service des vins doit être une symphonie." The first of three titles published for the French wine merchant Nicolas. Paris, 1930

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(IRONWORK.) Clouzot, Henri. La Ferronnerie Moderne. I-III Series.

Lot 172: (IRONWORK.) Clouzot, Henri. La Ferronnerie Moderne. I-III Series.

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Description: (IRONWORK.) Clouzot, Henri. La Ferronnerie Moderne. I-III Series. Over 70 heliogravures plates depicting railings, doors, lamps and other metal work, mostly Art Deco style. Folio, original pictorial boards with cloth spines and ties, moderate wear; ex-library, with stamps and penciled numbers. Paris: Éditions d'Art, Charles Moreau, circa 1930

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ISOU, ISIDORE. Les véritables créatures et les Falsificateurs de Dada, Du Surréalisme et du Lettrisme (1965-1973).

Lot 173: ISOU, ISIDORE. Les véritables créatures et les Falsificateurs de Dada, Du Surréalisme et du Lettrisme (1965-1973).

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Description: ISOU, ISIDORE. Les véritables créatures et les Falsificateurs de Dada, Du Surréalisme et du Lettrisme (1965-1973). Original watercolor, ink, and pencil frontispiece by Maurice Lemaître, and a plaster tablet carved with a design by him on recto with title and colophon written on verso. 4to, contents loose in white wrappers printed in green, with a painted Lettrist onlay by Lemaître on front cover; uncut and mostly unopened; original olive green cloth folding box with gilt-lettered calf spine label. Paris, 1973

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Lot 174: (ITALY.) Bee, Harry; and Acton, Harold. The Book of Florence.

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Description: (ITALY.) Bee, Harry; and Acton, Harold. The Book of Florence. Printed in black and burgundy. Zinc engraved illustrated throughout. Large, thick folio, publisher's leather binding with gilt spine, raised bands, and with front panel in full bronze with raised lily design of the Florentine Coat of Arms, back panel with five bronze knobs; cloth slipcase with pictorial paper covers and spine. (Rome): Editalia-Edizioni d'Italia, (1973)

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(ITALY.) Galleria storica dell'Italia contenente in cento intagli miniati

Lot 175: (ITALY.) Galleria storica dell'Italia contenente in cento intagli miniati

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Description: (ITALY.) Galleria storica dell'Italia contenente in cento intagli miniati i fatti piu notabili avvenuti nel corso di X secoli illustrati di descrizioni e notizie. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 100 hand-colored plates. Folio, near contemporary green morocco tooled and bordered in gilt, covers abraded and joints rubbed, impressions from absent metal clasps on front and rear covers of both volumes (clasp intact on front cover of vol. 2 only), spine ends chipped; all edges gilt; inner dentelles, silk endpapers, soiled with some dampstaining; scattered foxing chiefly to plate margins. Beautifully detailed, amply margined, bright hand-colored plates. Florence, 1845-1846

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Lot 176: (JAPANESE ART.) Ho-chi Shimbun Sha. Kokuho- ju-yo- bijutsuhin kaiga tenrankai zuroku [Ho-chi Shinbunsha hen] [Illustrated catalogue of

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Description: (JAPANESE ART.) Ho-chi Shimbun Sha. Kokuho- ju-yo- bijutsuhin kaiga tenrankai zuroku [Ho-chi Shinbunsha hen] [Illustrated catalogue of exhibition of state treasures.] 6 volumes. Additional titles in English. Hundreds of black-and-white plates after paintings and prints. Folio, original rough linen wrappers with cover labels in Japanese, silk binding threads in Japanese style; cloth portfolio case with faux bone clasps, some light fading and wear, English label to spine; ex-library, with stamps and bookplates on case, internally unmarked. Tokyo, O-tsuka Ko-geisha, Showa 9 i.e. 1934]

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Lot 177: (JAPANESE ART.) Hyakukaken Sono I

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Description: (JAPANESE ART.) Hyakukaken Sono I [One Hundred Changes of Expression.] 24 (of 26?) color woodblock plates of human facial expressions, captioned in English; interleaved with printer's waste. Small 8vo, oriental-style wrappers; paper toned and fragile. Kyoto: Kumataro Tsujiko, 1891

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(JAPANESE ART.) Michener, James A. The Modern Japanese Print: an Appreciation.

Lot 178: (JAPANESE ART.) Michener, James A. The Modern Japanese Print: an Appreciation.

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Description: (JAPANESE ART.) Michener, James A. The Modern Japanese Print: an Appreciation. 10 woodblock or stencilled plates by Hiratsuka Un'inchi, Maki Hakyu, and others, each signed and numbered by the artist./span Folio, 540x390 mm, original cloth; publisher's wooden slipcase, some faint usual staining, 1-inch semi-circular chip along fore edge. number 77 of 510 copies signed by michener./span Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1962

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Lot 179: (JAPANESE ART.) Recueil de 246 Pochoirs & Aquarelles Japonais; Ornements, Fleurs, Oiseaux.

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Description: (JAPANESE ART.) Recueil de 246 Pochoirs & Aquarelles Japonais; Ornements, Fleurs, Oiseaux. 4 hand-colored and 24 black-and-white plates of designs from the collection of Alexandre Genaille, Architect. Folio, plates and list loose as issued in publisher's folder with pochoir label bearing series title (Décorations Chinoises-Japonaises et de Goût Chinois), spine worn, boards moderately rubbed and toned, rear cloth tie missing; faint, mostly marginal toning to plates Paris: Armand Guerinet, circa 1920

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(JAPANESE ART.) Verneuil, M. P. Étoffes Japonaises. Tissées & Brochées.

Lot 180: (JAPANESE ART.) Verneuil, M. P. Étoffes Japonaises. Tissées & Brochées.

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Description: (JAPANESE ART.) Verneuil, M. P. Étoffes Japonaises. Tissées & Brochées. Preface by Gaston Migeon. 80 mounted color plates of Japanese textile designs. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher's brown boards, cloth ties broken; plate mounts toned and variously but lightly foxed; ex-library, with stamps, bookplates, and penciled numbers, internally unmarked. Paris: Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, [ca 1915]

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Lot 181: (JEWISH ART.) Rubens, Alfred. Anglo-Jewish Portraits * Jewish Iconography.

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Description: (JEWISH ART.) Rubens, Alfred. Anglo-Jewish Portraits * Jewish Iconography. Together, 2 volumes. Hundreds of reproductions. Small 4to, 3/4 vellum gilt, some natural discoloration and a little rubbing; small discreet owner's stamp on copyright pages. Each one of 500 copies. London: The Jewish Museum, 1935; 1954

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Lot 182: JOHNS, JASPER. Technics and Creativity II Gemini G. E. L.

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Description: JOHNS, JASPER. Technics and Creativity II Gemini G. E. L. 364 illustrations, including 20 in color, and a duotone offset lithograph with a trio of watercolor pads (red, yellow, and blue) and brush, by Jasper Johns, mounted to inside front cover of case. Descriptive catalogue (tucked into right side) is 8vo, color pictorial wrappers; original white plastic box with self snap closure as issued, slightly soiled and rubbed as usual. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1971

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KANDINSKY WASSILY; and MARC, FRANZ. Der Blue Reiter . . . Zweite Auflage.

Lot 183: KANDINSKY WASSILY; and MARC, FRANZ. Der Blue Reiter . . . Zweite Auflage.

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Description: KANDINSKY WASSILY; and MARC, FRANZ. Der Blue Reiter . . . Zweite Auflage. 35 plates, 4 of which are colored in pochoir with lettered tissue guards (1 each by Marc and Kandinsky), vignettes and initial letters by Arp and Marc, and 3 printed music plates after Schönberg. 4to, original cloth with woodcut illustration by Kandinsky, printed in blue and orange, minor soiling and rubbing, spine toned, some light blistering on rear cover, all edges trimmed and stained yellow; a few spots on title-page. Munich: Piper & Co., 1914

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Lot 184: (KANDINSKY, WASSILY.) Roethel, Hans Konrad. Kandinsky: Das graphische Werk.

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Description: (KANDINSKY, WASSILY.) Roethel, Hans Konrad. Kandinsky: Das graphische Werk. Hundreds of reproductions with catalogue descriptions, many color and folding plates. Thick folio, gilt-stamped navy cloth, rubbed along edges; hinges starting; dust jacket, soiled and rubbed, folds reinforced on verso. Errata sheet laid in. Number 288 of 1500 copies of the First Edition. ex-collection arthur and elaine cohen of ex-libris with their bookplate, and with an inscription to arthur from roethel./span Munich: DuMont Schauberg, (1970)

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(KATZ, ALEX.) Katz, Vincent. A Tremor in the Morning.

Lot 185: (KATZ, ALEX.) Katz, Vincent. A Tremor in the Morning.

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Description: (KATZ, ALEX.) Katz, Vincent. A Tremor in the Morning. 11 full-page color linocuts by Alex Katz to accompany poems by his son, Vincent Katz, printed in letterpress. 8vo, cream linen with gilt-lettered pink cover label. one of 350 unnumbered copies signed by the katzes and additionally inscribed by alex katz/span in red ink on front endpaper, to friends. New York: Published by Peter Blum Edition, 1986

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Lot 186: KEEZER, RO. La Toilette Féminine et les Bibelots de l'Époque Romantique.

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Description: KEEZER, RO. La Toilette Féminine et les Bibelots de l'Époque Romantique. One leaf of text and 20 brightly-colored pochoir fashion plates captioned in the lower margin, and with glassine overlays. Folio, contents loose as issued in publisher's pictorial paper folder with cloth ties, worn; plates bright but with some mostly gentle creasing to upper left corners of margins. Colas 1597. Paris: Éditions Nilsson, [1930]

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Lot 187: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Art and Craft of Printing. A Note by William Morris on His Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press

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Description: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Art and Craft of Printing. A Note by William Morris on His Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press, Together with a Short Description of the Press by S. C. Cockerell, and an Annotated List of the Books Printed Thereat. Printed in red and black. Frontispiece, border, and initials by Edward Burne-Jones. 8vo, linen-backed blue boards with printed paper spine label, some toning and soiling, few splits between signatures. one of 210 unnumbered copies./span New Rochelle: Elston Press, 1902

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(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Poems of William Shakespeare, Printed after the Original Copies of Venus and Adonis, 1593. The

Lot 188: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Poems of William Shakespeare, Printed after the Original Copies of Venus and Adonis, 1593. The

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Description: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) Morris, William. The Poems of William Shakespeare, Printed after the Original Copies of Venus and Adonis, 1593. The Rape of Lucrece, 1594. Sonnets, 1609. The Lover's Complaint. Printed in red and black. 7 woodcut initials and the 3 title divisions with woodcut borders; additional portrait frontispiece of Shakespeare engraved by Freeman bound before Foreword. 8vo, rebound in full ostrich by Sangorski & Sutcliffe (in 1978, though unsigned) with calf endleaves backed in watered silk; housed in a matching clamshell box of velvet-lined brown morocco with exterior covered in full ostrich, title and date gilt-stamped on spine. (Hammersmith, 1893)

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(KELMSCOTT PRESS.) The Tale of Beowulf.

Lot 189: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) The Tale of Beowulf.

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Description: (KELMSCOTT PRESS.) The Tale of Beowulf. Translated by William Morris and A. J. Wyatt. Troy and Chaucer type printed in red and black with decorated initials and borders. 4to, gilt-lettered vellum, cloth ties lacking, covers slightly discolored and bowed as usual. "Note to the Reader" slip is present; ex-library, with bookplates, stamps on blanks and text block edges, internally unmarked. one of 300 copies./span (Hammersmith, 1895)

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Lot 190: (KICKSHAWS PRESS.) Queneau, Raymond. Yours for the Telling.

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Description: (KICKSHAWS PRESS.) Queneau, Raymond. Yours for the Telling. Hand-printed color designs in pinks, purples, and greens by Sheila Bourne. Small square 8vo, original decorated wrappers designed by John Crombie; Norman J. Sondheim bookplate. Number 348 of 485 copies. Paris, 1982

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KITAJ, R. B.; and CREELEY, ROBERT. A Day Book.

Lot 191: KITAJ, R. B.; and CREELEY, ROBERT. A Day Book.

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Description: KITAJ, R. B.; and CREELEY, ROBERT. A Day Book. 15 mixed media prints by Kitaj including 9 screenprints, 4 etchings, and a lithograph, each signed and numbered vi/xxv, 620x420 mm; 24 1/2x16 1/2 inches, sheets. Typography by Gordon House, with each page set in a different type and on multi-colored papers. Elephant folio, publisher's gilt-pictorial blue and green full calf; slipcase, scuffed. Printed by Kelpra, Mourlot, Höhm, and White Ink Ltd. Berlin and Geneva: Graphis, 1972

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(KLIMT, GUSTAV.) XVIII Kunstaustellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession Wien Nov-Dez 1903: Kollektiv-Ausstellun

Lot 192: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) XVIII Kunstaustellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession Wien Nov-Dez 1903: Kollektiv-Ausstellun

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Description: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) XVIII Kunstaustellung der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession Wien Nov-Dez 1903: Kollektiv-Ausstellung Gustav Klimt. 29 reproductions of paintings and drawing by Klimt; decorative title, and one vignette. 4to, later cloth-backed patterned paper over boards with portion of original label mounted to upper left of front cover, edges rubbed; scattered minor soiling; bookplate. Vienna, 1903

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(KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Verlaine, Paul. Femmes.

Lot 193: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Verlaine, Paul. Femmes.

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Description: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Verlaine, Paul. Femmes. Printed in red and black. Six reproductions of erotic drawings by Klimt. Thin tall 4to, 337x243 mm, publisher's vellum-backed gold boards with Verlaine's decorative monogram in red and gold on front cover, discolored, edgeworn; staining to top portion of front endpapers with residual semi-circular stain to marginal edge of contents, one inch from top of leaves, though of varying darkness and depth, does not heavily affect plates, gentle crease to lower outer corners (fibers not broken). [London]: The Book-Dandys, circa 1905

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(KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Lucian of Samosata. Die Hetaerengespraeche des Lukian.

Lot 194: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Lucian of Samosata. Die Hetaerengespraeche des Lukian.

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Description: (KLIMT, GUSTAV.) Lucian of Samosata. Die Hetaerengespraeche des Lukian. Translated into German by Franz Blei. Text printed in gold and black. 15 collotype plates after drawings by Klimt, 365x290 mm; 14 1/2x11 1/2 inches (sheets), full margins. Small folio, original grey chamois leather binding designed by Josef Hoffmann at the Weiner Werkstätte, signed on lower rear cover with Hoffman's monogram and Werkstätte stamp, the front cover with large coppered lettering panel, scuffed, scattered soil marks, rubbing with loss at edges and tips, needs restoration; internally quite clean but for some finger soiling; early owner's ink inscription on front blank, small sticker to verso of front endpaper; lacks dust jacket and slipcase. Leipzig: Julius Zeitler, 1907

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KLIMT, GUSTAV. Das Werk von Gustav Klimt. Einleitende Worte: Hermann Bahr, Peter Altenberg.

Lot 195: KLIMT, GUSTAV. Das Werk von Gustav Klimt. Einleitende Worte: Hermann Bahr, Peter Altenberg.

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Description: KLIMT, GUSTAV. Das Werk von Gustav Klimt. Einleitende Worte: Hermann Bahr, Peter Altenberg. 50 richly printed collotype plates including 10 printed in color and heightened in gold and silver, all with specially designed unique intaglio signets printed in gold in lower margins; 470 x 453 mm; 18 1/2x17 7/8 inches, sheets. Large square folio, contents (title-page, plate lists, and separate sheets with Bahr and Altenberg text) loose as issued in original case designed and signed by Julius Dratva, Vienna, with grey-green cloth-covered spine over faux calf patterned boards with gilt square on front cover bearing Klimt's name within decorative circle and his name stamped in gilt on spine, clasps to upper and lower frame to secure covers, rubbing along edges with paper loss, a few unobtrusive suface imperfections, grey cloth ties and one loose grey silk plate pull thread laid in; plates bright with strong impressions and quite clean but for very faint scattered and mostly marginal foxing. Printed by K. K. Hof-und-Staatsdruckerei. Vienna: Hugo Heller, 1918

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KLIMT, GUSTAV. Fünfundzwanzig Handzeichnungen.

Lot 196: KLIMT, GUSTAV. Fünfundzwanzig Handzeichnungen.

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Description: KLIMT, GUSTAV. Fünfundzwanzig Handzeichnungen. 25 collotype plates, average size 451x315 mm; 21x21 1/4 inches, image, tipped to window mounts. Folio, plates and folded folio leaf containing title, plate list, and colophon laid into publisher's boards with cover title, worn but spine and flaps reinforced with linen; dampstaining to mounts and text leaves as often encountered, plates clean. Printed by Max Jaffé. number 459 of 500 copies./span Vienna: Gilhofer & Ranschburg, (1919)

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(KRAUSKOPF, BRUNO; illustrator.) Dostoyevsky, Feodor. Die Sanfte.

Lot 197: (KRAUSKOPF, BRUNO; illustrator.) Dostoyevsky, Feodor. Die Sanfte.

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Description: (KRAUSKOPF, BRUNO; illustrator.) Dostoyevsky, Feodor. Die Sanfte. 10 full-page lithographs by Krauskopf. Tall 4to, full vellum gilt stamped, scattered soiling to slightly bowed covers; light foxing to preliminaries and endleaves. first signed limited edition. number 11 of 70 copies /span with each plate signed below in pencil by Krauskopf, from a total edition of 300. Berlin, (1920)

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KREDEL, FRITZ; and SALTER, GEORGE. Am Wegesrand.

Lot 198: KREDEL, FRITZ; and SALTER, GEORGE. Am Wegesrand.

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Description: KREDEL, FRITZ; and SALTER, GEORGE. Am Wegesrand. 24 hand-colored woodcuts of plants, wildflowers, leaves, and tress stumps, by Kredel to accompany printed calligraphed poems by Salter. 4to, 1/4 gilt-lettered vellum over green silk boards; board slipcase. Privately printed at the Bauer Typefoundry. Frankfurt: Der Goldene Brunnen, (1961)

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(KUPKA, FRANTISEK.) Cantique des Cantiques qui est sur Salomon.

Lot 199: (KUPKA, FRANTISEK.) Cantique des Cantiques qui est sur Salomon.

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Description: (KUPKA, FRANTISEK.) Cantique des Cantiques qui est sur Salomon. Printed in colors. 6 woodcut plates and vari-colored floral borders around text by Kupka. Folio, rebound in plain peach cloth with gilt-lettered leather spine label, original wrappers bound in (browned); light offsetting. number 412 on holland, from a total edition of 500./span Paris, 1905

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Lot 200: LA FONTAINE, JEAN DE. Les Amours de Psyché & de Cupidon. 1926

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Description: LA FONTAINE, JEAN DE. Les Amours de Psyché & de Cupidon. 38 etched illustrations by Pierre Laprade, plus an extra suite of proofs in glassine sleeve. 4to, original pictorial wrappers; contents clean, a few of the extra proofs foxed; glassine dust jacket, slightly chipped at top of spine panel. number 9 of 16 copies/span on vieux Japon with an extra suite of the illustrations, from an edition of 360. Laid in is a prospectus limited to 350 numbered copies, signed by Laprade. Paris: H. Desoer, 1926

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